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Penn Vet New Bolton Center

Penn Vet New Bolton Center New Bolton Center is the large-animal hospital and campus of the Veterinary School of the University of Pennsylvania. New Bolton Center is the large-animal hospital and campus of the Veterinary School of the University of Pennsylvania, located on nearly 700 acres in Kennett Square, PA.

New Bolton Center opened at this location in 1952, and now includes more than 70 buildings for teaching, research and clinical services. New Bolton Center hospital handles more than 4,000 patient visits a year. Our Field Service treats 37,000 patients a year on local farms. New Bolton Center hospital has played a pivotal role in the development of many specialties that define large-animal medicine

New Bolton Center opened at this location in 1952, and now includes more than 70 buildings for teaching, research and clinical services. New Bolton Center hospital handles more than 4,000 patient visits a year. Our Field Service treats 37,000 patients a year on local farms. New Bolton Center hospital has played a pivotal role in the development of many specialties that define large-animal medicine

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Congratulations Drs. Parsons, Lengner, and Johnson on their professorships. We are so lucky to have Drs. Parsons and Joh...
03/18/2022
Three Faculty from Penn Vet Appointed to Endowed Professorships

Congratulations Drs. Parsons, Lengner, and Johnson on their professorships. We are so lucky to have Drs. Parsons and Johnson here at New Bolton Center doing outstanding work in their respective fields. #PennVet

Doctors Parsons, Lengner, and Johnson appointed as Endowed Professors

Calling all equine enthusiasts - there's still time to register! Join us TONIGHT, to hear from Dr. Kyla Ortved, Jacques ...
03/08/2022
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Trailblazing Discoveries through Imaging and Stem Cell Research

Calling all equine enthusiasts - there's still time to register!

Join us TONIGHT, to hear from Dr. Kyla Ortved, Jacques Jenny Endowed Term Chair in Orthopedic Surgery at New Bolton Center, together with Dr. Sarah Ciamillo, as they share their leading insights on the trailblazing discoveries in advanced imaging and stem cell research that are shaping the future of equine care as part of our free, virtual #FirstTuesdayLectureSeries.

To learn more about the event and to register, please visit: https://bit.ly/354olji

#HorseHealth #HorseTips

Here is a listing of upcoming New Bolton Center Events

Calling all aspiring veterinary investigators! Looking for an unparalleled, mentorship-based learning experience advanci...
03/07/2022
Penn Vet | News Story detail

Calling all aspiring veterinary investigators! Looking for an unparalleled, mentorship-based learning experience advancing the health and welfare of equines?

Interested in conducting research alongside internationally renowned experts in equine health while simultaneously earning two advanced credentials from two leading veterinary medicine institutions?

Apply for the new, international Mars Equestrian Equine Research Veterinary Scholarship Program – offered through the Royal Veterinary College and Penn Vet – for an exclusive opportunity to refine critical research skills and expand animal welfare knowledge while learning on location in London, England and at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, United States.

The deadline for applications is March 15, 2022. Learn more and apply today at https://www.vet.upenn.edu/about/news-room/news-stories/news-story-detail/final-call-for-applications-to-new-prestigious-international-mars-equestrian-equine-research-veterinary-scholarship-program

The Royal Veterinary College (RVC) – together with the University of Pennsylvania’s School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) and MARS EQUESTRIAN™ – has launched a new, international scholarship program aimed at advancing the health and welfare of horses while providing an unparalleled learni...

How are trailblazing discoveries in advanced imaging and stem cell research helping to shape the future of equine care? ...
03/01/2022
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Trailblazing Discoveries through Imaging and Stem Cell Research

How are trailblazing discoveries in advanced imaging and stem cell research helping to shape the future of equine care?

Join us next Tuesday, March 8, 2022, to hear from Dr. Kyla Ortved, Jacques Jenny Endowed Term Chair in Orthopedic Surgery at New Bolton Center, together with Dr. Sarah Ciamillo, as they share their leading insights as part of the next installment of our free, virtual #FirstTuesdayLectureSeries.

To learn more about the event and to register, please visit: https://bit.ly/354olji

#HorseHealth #HorseTips

Here is a listing of upcoming New Bolton Center Events

There's still time to register! Join us TONIGHT, Tuesday, February 1, 2022, to hear from Dr. Liz Arbittier, Associate Pr...
02/01/2022
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Handling Equine Emergencies in the Field

There's still time to register!

Join us TONIGHT, Tuesday, February 1, 2022, to hear from Dr. Liz Arbittier, Associate Professor of Clinical Equine Field Service, as she delivers the next installment of our free, virtual #FirstTuesdayLectureSeries: Handling Equine Emergencies in the Field.

To learn more and to register, please visit: https://bit.ly/3q6DQ2y

#HorseHealth #HorseTips

First Tuesday Lecture Series - Handling Equine Emergencies in the Field (?) Description Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Arbittier Details: Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2022 Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Place: This is a virtual event Please note that, when you register for this event, you will automatically be register...

As the ambulatory arm of New Bolton Center, our Field Service veterinarians bring all the expertise and technology of ou...
01/25/2022
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Handling Equine Emergencies in the Field

As the ambulatory arm of New Bolton Center, our Field Service veterinarians bring all the expertise and technology of our hospital directly to our clients' barn doors - including providing integral, life-saving care during emergencies.

Join us on Tuesday, February 1, 2022, to hear from Dr. Liz Arbittier, Associate Professor of Clinical Equine Field Service, as she shares tales of her experiences handling equine emergencies in the field, lessons learned, and helpful tips for owners as a part our free, virtual #FirstTuesdayLectureSeries.

Learn more and register today at: https://bit.ly/3q6DQ2y

First Tuesday Lecture Series - Handling Equine Emergencies in the Field (?) Description Speaker: Dr. Elizabeth Arbittier Details: Date: Tuesday, February 1, 2022 Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Place: This is a virtual event Please note that, when you register for this event, you will automatically be register...

Foaling season is officially upon us! But what if your foal is born prematurely? Penn Vet's Dr. Michelle Abraham, Assist...
01/14/2022
Premature Horse Birth: Preemie Foals - AQHA

Foaling season is officially upon us! But what if your foal is born prematurely?

Penn Vet's Dr. Michelle Abraham, Assistant Professor of Clinical Critical Care Medicine at New Bolton Center, explains issues caused by premature foaling, prognosis and care with The American Quarter Horse Journal: https://bit.ly/3fqu7hb

#Foaling #HorseHealth #HorseTips #EquineHealth

Your foal was born prematurely. Now what? A veterinarian explains common issues caused by premature foaling, prognosis and care.

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the growing need to improve surveillance of animals in order prevent the spread of...
01/13/2022
Into the wild: Scientists strive to stop animal diseases from igniting the next pandemic

The COVID-19 pandemic has underscored the growing need to improve surveillance of animals in order prevent the spread of #zoonotic diseases.

#PennVet's Daniel Beiting, PhD, associate director of our new Institute for Infectious and Zoonotic Diseases (IIZD) recently spoke with the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) about the risk spillover events and what the #veterinary community is doing to curtail disease spread.

https://www.aamc.org/news-insights/wild-scientists-strive-stop-animal-diseases-igniting-next-pandemic

COVID-19 spotlights zoonotic outbreak threats and boosts support for animal pathogen surveillance. Can science curtail a phenomenon fueled by human behavior?

Dean Andrew Hoffman and #PennVet faculty and staff - including Dr. James 'Sparky' Lok - were excited to visit and suppor...
01/12/2022

Dean Andrew Hoffman and #PennVet faculty and staff - including Dr. James 'Sparky' Lok - were excited to visit and support the 106th Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg yesterday.

As the state's only #VetSchool, Penn Vet is an integral partner in Pennsylvania's vibrant #agriculture industry, helping to support the nearly 59,000 family-owned farms that grow and harvest food in every county in the Commonwealth.

#PAFS22 #PAFarmShow #PennVet #PAAgriculture

Looking for the latest insights on skin cancer in horses? Join us TONIGHT at 6:30pm EST to hear from Penn Vet's Dr. Davi...
01/04/2022
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Equine Skin Cancer

Looking for the latest insights on skin cancer in horses?

Join us TONIGHT at 6:30pm EST to hear from Penn Vet's Dr. David Levine, Associate Professor of Clinical Large Animal Surgery at New Bolton Center, as he explores what you need to know about skin lumps, bumps, and other equine cancer-related concerns as part of our #FirstTuesdayLectures series.

There's still time to register! Learn more at: https://bit.ly/3G4IdQB

#HorseHealth #HorseTips #equinehealth #PennVet

First Tuesday Lecture Series - Equine Skin Cancer (?) Description Speaker: Dr. David Levine Details: Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2022 Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Place: This is a virtual event Please note that, when you register for this event, you will automatically be registered for the entire series. Regi...

#DidYouKnow: Approximately 80% of reported cancers in horses are associated with the skin or the tissue layer beneath th...
12/28/2021
First Tuesday Lecture Series - Equine Skin Cancer

#DidYouKnow: Approximately 80% of reported cancers in horses are associated with the skin or the tissue layer beneath the skin? 🔍

Join us next Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at 6:30pm EST to hear from Penn Vet's Dr. David Levine, Associate Professor of Clinical Large Animal Surgery at New Bolton Center, as he explores what you need to know about skin lumps, bumps, and other equine cancer-related concerns as part of our #FirstTuesdayLectures series.

This virtual event is free to attend and open to all equine owners and enthusiasts. Learn more and register now at: https://bit.ly/3G4IdQB

#HorseHealth #HorseTips #equinehealth #PennVet

First Tuesday Lecture Series - Equine Skin Cancer (?) Description Speaker: Dr. David Levine Details: Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2022 Time: 6:30-7:30 pm Place: This is a virtual event Please note that, when you register for this event, you will automatically be registered for the entire series. Regi...

12/20/2021
Penn Vet Holiday Message - 2021

To our students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, clients, and friends, thank you for your unwavering dedication to – and support of – Penn Vet’s mission this past year.

Wherever you may be this holiday season, we wish you a safe, healthy, and happy new year.

12/16/2021
Supporting a Pipeline of Infectious Disease Experts

Martin Winter, G’76, W’76, believes the University of Pennsylvania is positioned to lead “just about every intersection of research and practice there is.”

As a philanthropist and vice chair of Penn Vet’s Board of Advisors, Winter has long followed and supported the cancer research of Dr. Nicola Mason, The Paul A. James and Charles A. Gilmore Endowed Chair Professorship within the Department of Clinical Sciences and Advanced Medicine, and Ellen Puré, PhD, Director, Penn Vet Cancer Center, both of whom collaborate closely with the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

But earlier this fall, intrigued by the work happening across the University in infectious disease, he and his wife established The Martin E. Winter and Pamela Winter Infectious Disease Fellowship Fund to support the School’s new Institute for Infectious and Zoonotic Diseases (IIZD).

Learn more in the latest issue of #Bellwether: https://bit.ly/31YamdY

12/14/2021
In the Office with Dr. Michael Povelones

As a vector for diseases like malaria, which kills nearly one child every minute, #mosquitoes are more than backyard nuisances, especially in developing countries.

Understanding and subverting the insect’s role as a host for animal and human disease is the life’s work of Dr. Michael Povelones, assistant professor of Pathobiology.

While Povelones’s lab on Penn Vet’s Philadelphia campus studies “the most species-rich group of animals on the planet,” his office is also filled with the dangerous insect...or at least the art and object kind.

Get to know Dr. Povelones more in the latest edition of Penn Vet's #Bellwether magazine: https://bit.ly/31PYRFr

#PennVet #InfectiousDisease #Research

12/07/2021
Fighting on the Front Lines of Infectious Disease

Colonel Eric Lombardini, C’93, G’01, V’01, has lived or worked in 70 countries, on all continents except Antarctica, as a veterinary corps officer rising through the ranks of the U.S. Army.

Board certified in veterinary pathology and veterinary preventive medicine, Lombardini now is stationed in Bangkok, Thailand, where he serves as director of the Armed Forces Research Institute of Medical Sciences (AFRIMS), the Department of Defense’s largest medical research institute outside of the U.S.

But, serving on the front lines of infectious disease wasn’t exactly the path Lombardini set on as an undergraduate at the University of Pennsylvania studying diplomatic history, with a focus on Africa and the Middle East.

Get the full story on his journey in the latest issue of Bellwether: https://www.vet.upenn.edu/about/news-room/news-stories/news-story-detail/fighting-on-the-front-lines-of-infectious-disease

#Bellwether #PennVetAlumni #InfectiousDisease #PennAlumni

‼️ Important Message Regarding Pennsylvania Budget-Related Change.org Petition ‼️ It has come to our attention that a Ch...
12/06/2021

‼️ Important Message Regarding Pennsylvania Budget-Related Change.org Petition ‼️

It has come to our attention that a Change.org petition – originally created in 2017 in response to the Commonwealth’s proposed budget at that time – is actively being shared across social media and garnering signatures and attention.

Please be aware that this petition IS NOT current and DOES NOT accurately reflect the current budgetary standing of Penn Vet within the Commonwealth.

As a vital partner in Pennsylvania’s animal health and agriculture industries, we greatly value our current upstanding relationships with our state’s lawmakers and ask that our fans and followers DO NOT share or engage with this petition, which is now five years old.

We thank you for your continued support and appreciation of Penn Vet New Bolton Center.

Horse owners usually dread hearing the diagnosis of #laminitis. It plagues equines of many backgrounds, ages, and discip...
12/01/2021
Penn Vet | News Story detail

Horse owners usually dread hearing the diagnosis of #laminitis. It plagues equines of many backgrounds, ages, and disciplines, causing diminished quality of life that often results in euthanasia.

But recent gene expression research conducted by scientists at UF IFAS Solutions and Penn Vet #NewBoltonCenter has uncovered promising understandings of the disease's processes that could pave the way for future medications to prevent and treat this debilitating disease: https://bit.ly/3rlUYlQ

#HorseHealth #Research #EquineHealth

Horse owners usually dread hearing the diagnosis of “Laminitis.” The disease plagues horses of many backgrounds, ages and disciplines. Using genetics, UF/IFAS and University of Pennsylvania scientists have made a breakthrough in the disease thanks to funding from The Foundation for the ...

Through a new research grant, awarded by the Human Animal Bond Research Institute - HABRI, Penn Vet's Dr. Laurel Redding...
11/29/2021
Penn Vet | News Story detail

Through a new research grant, awarded by the Human Animal Bond Research Institute - HABRI, Penn Vet's Dr. Laurel Redding, VMD, PhD, DACVPM, Assistant Professor of Epidemiology, seeks to investigate whether pets could be a source of microbiota that can help restore deficiencies in their owner’s gut microbiome and help prevent certain types of disease, such as cardiovascular disease and asthma.

Learn more about groundbreaking project: https://www.vet.upenn.edu/about/news-room/news-stories/news-story-detail/new-study-to-investigate-impact-of-pets-on-recovery-of-the-gut-microbiome-following-antibiotic-regimen-in-older-adults

#OneHealth #Research #MadeAtPenn

Washington, D.C. (November 29, 2021) – The Human Animal Bond Research Institute (HABRI) announced today it has awarded a new research grant, titled “Sharing is caring: can pets protect their owners against antibiotic-associated disruption of the gut microbiome?”, to the University of Pennsylv...

'Tis the season to start thinking about the upcoming winter months. ❄️ As the temperatures start to drop in our region t...
11/24/2021

'Tis the season to start thinking about the upcoming winter months. ❄️

As the temperatures start to drop in our region this time of year, make sure you're keeping your horses happy and healthy with these seasonal tips from Penn Vet's New Bolton Center.

#HorseHealth #HorseTips #WinterTips

Join us in offering our congratulations to #PennVet's Dean, Andrew Hoffman, DVM, DSc, DACVIM, on his induction as a Fell...
11/22/2021

Join us in offering our congratulations to #PennVet's Dean, Andrew Hoffman, DVM, DSc, DACVIM, on his induction as a Fellow of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. Hoffman, center, is pictured with Penn Nursing Dean Antonia Villarruel, PhD, RN, FAAN (far left); Penn Vet Emeritus Professor Gustavo Aguirre, VMD, PhD (far right); and Trustee Officers of the College.

Learn more: https://bit.ly/3nF2ndC

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I am looking for studies on equine hoof boots - like in these images. Does anyone know about any research done? Where? By whom?
This is truly an amazing place the staff the doctors everyone there is amazing. We can’t thank you all enough for the wonderful care our horse Willie received. From the bottom of our hearts thank you. This facility gave my horse the only chance he had in life and we will Forever be grateful to each of you. If you ever need too notch care this is the place to go. Tina, Joe and Willie.
Very pleased with the care and thorough diagnosis my horse received. The doctors and staff could not have been more attentive or more responsive. I wish I had sent him there sooner. PA proud.
Wanted to share an update with the staff at New Bolton center. This filly was admitted for 10 days at 5 weeks old with Botulism. Dr. Joy Tomlinson cared for her during that admission. She recently won her first race. Also many thanks to Dr. Levine and his surgical team for treating her as well. I know Dr. Tomlinson has moved away, hoping if someone keeps in touch with her, they can share this with her and give her another thank you for helping save this filly.
Hello. Was wondering what is happening with Boone? His blog is no longer available and no updates. I was reading a bunch of people were inquiring about him since so many watched as My Special Girl delivered Boone. Can you give us an update with current pics of him please. Would love to see him now.
Any apartments available to rent near new bolton for one semester.
Today marks the 10 year anniversary of my horse Leroy's surgery at NBC to combat Guttural Pouch Mycosis. Despite complications (tracheotomy and subsequent infection of that site), Leroy pulled through and is now a perfectly healthy 22 year old gelding living the life on the California coast. Thank you to Dr. Orsini and the techs, students, and staff at New Bolton Center for saving his life!
One year ago today my girl, Allie Kat, was diagnosed with a debilitating disease. It was a serious punch in my gut but I was determined that if she was going to fight it, I was going to do anything in my power to help her. She fought like a girl 💪 and after many months of rehab and special care, she came back. Qualifying for the Select World and the Open World, completing her superior in Amatuer HUS and only 1 point away from her Open Superior with Rhonda, and just for fun...got her ROM in Performance Mares. In 2 weeks, we will be making the trek to Oklahoma to compete at the AQHA World Show. I will never be able to give enough thanks to Rhonda Replogle, Rebecca Luther, my Mom (not on FB) Dr Moira Nusbaum of PenMar Equine, Dr Amy Johnson and Dr Michelle Linton of New Bolton Center for their time, expertise and most of all, putting up with me, an obsessed, controlling horse-mom. I appreciate even more, every ride I get on Allie and we would not be at this point without every one of them.
*screaming with excitement*
Hi – I have a 2005 16.1 hh Hanoverian x TB gelding to donate. Briefly, “Jos” was stolen from his stall at the boarding barn in October 2014. The thief had tied him up and left him alone for the night; he broke the rope and returned home; my vet examined him and found he had rope burns and was lame (right stifle). With guidance from my vet, we did surgery (the lateral meniscus on his right stifle was displaced when he broke the rope to get free, making the joint unstable) and rehab, but to no avail. Yes, the thief was caught and yes, he was prosecuted and found guilty; and yes, I took him to court and recovered what I could, but my horse couldn’t be made whole at that point. So Jos has healed all that he can and he is now just being a horse out in the pasture. He takes good care of himself, he runs with his pasture mates, and he is sound on his own.  If we had our own place, we would just keep him and let him live out his life as a companion horse, but this isn’t possible for us. He would like a real job and I’m sure he would be a lovely teacher to vet students learning how to work with equines. We live in Virginia and I have listed Jos as a donation prospect with Virginia Tech. But my trainer suggested I also contact UPenn New Bolton (a former student donated a horse to the center) and also Cornell. Would you please let me know who I could contact to list Jos as a donation prospect for teaching or research at the New Bolton Center. Thanks very much for your help! Regards, Marianne Bobskill
We are so fortunate to have you in our community. You have helped so many of us!!! Please come to our EQUINE FLING at the Old Stone Cicer Barn May 17, Thursday after work for an awesome evening of premium local cider, drinks light fare, music, and shopping with our local horsemen !
My eternal gratitude goes to Drs. Michelle Linton and her team for safely bringing Scarlett Zydeco into the world April 21 and to Dr. Nicole Scherrer and her team for their superb care for mama Dancer’s eye pre-foaling and surgery post-foaling. Scarlett had a rough start but with excellent care she is feisty and doing great! We will never forget the wonderful care they received!